Pollia pentasperma ?

Pollia pentasperma C.B.Clarke, Monogr. Phan. 3: 129 1881. (syn: Aclisia pentasperma (C.B.Clarke) G.Brückn.) ?;

Assam as per POWO;



 
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ID No.25062011 _RD 03: Help to ID this sp

Date/Time-30/5/2011- 10 AM

Location- Place, Altitude, GPS- Assam,

Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- Wild Type

Plant Habit- Tree/ Shrub/ Climber/ Herb- Herb

Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- 9-13cm

Inflorescence Type/ Size- as seen in the photos

Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts- White

Fruits Type/ Shape/ Size Seeds- not seen

Occurance- common


Pollia sp. flowers amidst the leaves of Polygonum sps.
... may confirm the species identity of Pollia.
It seems to me Pollia subumbellata C. B. Clarke
From this view I could not able to judge the genus actually It may be Pollia or it may be Dictyospermum, need few more picture to conclude anything. May be fruit character will help us to confirm its identity. I request you ..., if it is common at your place then please try to provide few more pictures of it.
Thank you so much for the ID hints. At present, I dont have more pics on this sp. I too think as Pollia sp.
Attached the close up of the flower and fruit pics (Cropped from the original copy)
Please look for Dictyospermum montanum
Celastraceae ??
Pollia subumbellata
Some Pollia! perhaps perntasperma!

Some leaves were deceiving !  I guess correct ID!


References:

A taxonomic revision of Pollia (Commelinaceae) in India with six lectotypifications-  A. JAMEERA, SANTHOSH NAMPY, A.P. JANEESHA Phytotaxa- Vol 263, No. 3 (Abstract- The genus Pollia consisting of five species in India is revised based on field and herbarium studies. Detailed descriptions, illustrations, photoplates and key to the identification of Indian species are provided. Six names viz., Aclisia indica, Pollia pentasperma, P. secundiflora, P. subumbellata, P. thyrsiflora and P. aclisia var. robusta are lectotypified)
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